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The Best Way to Organize a Lifetime of Photos

April 21, 2015 1:37 p.m. ET Call it a photography renaissance or narcissism run amok. The new rule is: “Pics or it didn’t happen.” Digital cameras, especially smartphones, entice us to snap, snap, snap with abandon. Yet all these moments we capture seem to vanish into a digital Bermuda Triangle, castaways adrift on old phones […]

Google Gives Boost to Mobile-Friendly Sites

Google Inc. began shuffling its rankings for mobile websites Tuesday, potentially benefiting sites like job board Indeed.com and real-estate company Zillow Group Inc., and hurting others like retailer Zumiez Inc. and IRS.gov. Google said it tweaked its algorithm for mobile searches to favor sites that look good on smartphone screens, and penalize sites with content […]

Yahoo’s Display Ad Revenue Falls Again

Nearly three years into Marissa Mayer’s attempt to turn around Yahoo Inc., the business is still shrinking. On Tuesday, Yahoo reported its revenue from display advertisements and search ads both fell for the first time in years. Display-ad revenue, a continuing sore point for the company, dropped 7% to $381 million in the first quarter, […]

Clean Up Your Messy Phone Contacts Without Going Mad

April 21, 2015 1:25 p.m. ET Somebody call Maury Povich because I have six dads. At least, that’s what my iPhone’s address book would lead you to believe. One dad has an out-of-service AOL email address. Another just has work email. There’s one with a cellphone number and one with an office line I haven’t […]

Google to Unveil Wireless Service

Google Inc. is set to unveil its new U.S. wireless service as early as Wednesday, pushing the Internet giant further into telecom and injecting fresh uncertainty into a wireless industry already locked in a price war. In a key development, the service is expected to allow customers to pay only for the amount of data […]

H-P to Sell Snapfish to District Photo

Hewlett-Packard Co. said Tuesday that it has agreed to sell its Snapfish photo-storage business to District Photo, as part of the company’s plan to split up its business. …

IBM Continues Painful Transition

For most of its 104-year history, International Business Machines Corp.’s lifeblood has been business hardware: cheese slicers and card punches in the early days, mainframe computers and microchips of late. As hardware sales have shrunk, though, the company has bet its future on software and services in the cloud—a strategy that has yet to bear […]

Behind Ginni Rometty’s Plan to Reboot IBM

ARMONK, N.Y.—The disconcerting messages started popping up on Virginia Rometty’s screen not long after the IBM chief executive began a webcast to explain to her nearly…

Amazon Enters Online Travel

Amazon.com Inc. on Monday launched a new travel and hotel service that offers lodging choices in the Northeast, southern California and the Pacific Northwest, expanding its efforts to break into the lucrative travel market. The service, known as Amazon Destinations, allows hoteliers in those areas to offer rooms through Amazon at their published rates or […]

Computer-Security Industry Critiques Itself

Nearly 500 companies will gather in San Francisco this week, seeking a piece of the $80 billion industry that tries to keep bad people out of good people’s computers. But the guy at the front of the RSA Conference, the computer security industry’s version of the Detroit auto show, says that, collectively, the industry isn’t […]

Google’s Mobile Defense Against European Pressure

If nothing else, Google these days could take some comfort in an old baseball idiom: They don’t boo nobodies. That may be of little solace to shareholders worried about the Internet giant’s continuing tussle with regulators. This escalated last week when the European Commission finally lodged its formal complaint against Google after five years of […]

Raytheon to Plow $1.7 Billion Into New Cyber Venture

Raytheon Co. is betting it can leverage the cybersecurity skills it honed for the U.S. military and intelligence agencies to sell to banks and retailers, investing almost $1.7 billion to establish a stand-alone business in an area where its defense peers have struggled to make money. The company on Monday said it would buy control […]

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